December 28, 2015- January 30, 2016
We close the exhibitions year with a selected collective with great names related to our gallery: Jose Garcia Cordero, Raul Recio, Firelei Baez, Gerard Ellis, Scherezade Garcia, Hulda Guzman, Tania Marmolejo, Gustavo Peña, Victor Rodriguez, Ignacio Iturria, José Bedia, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Edouard Duval-Carrie and Ray Smith.
December 1-6, 2015
Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery, established in Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) since 1995, has been selected for the fourth consecutive year to participate in Context Art Miami 2015, prestigious international contemporary art fair during the cultural boom that Art Basel Miami Beach generates.
November 15- December 15, 2015
Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery continues celebrating its 20 years in the national and international scene, the turn for Mexican painter based in Brooklyn (NY) Victor Rodríguez has arrived, with his first Solo Show ever in Dominican Republic.
October 10- November 15, 2015
Scherezade García is an interdisciplinary artist, dedicated to explore the immigrant’s quest for finding home. Her artwork’s origin is the island where she was born, but her own migration meant changes appreciated in the way she builds her images; using various layers of light and objects in overlapped transparencies.
10 Septiembre 2015
The show features 16 new artworks where the artist’s intent is to “engage the viewer through a representation of strong emotions, provoked by an intense and questioning glare of the eyes (…)”
June 3rd, 2015
Dominican artist Raul Recio is a writer-turned-visual-artist. Inspired by the travels of the famous botanist Erik Ekman, Recio relocated to the island of La Hispaniola, built a house, and began painting in an attempt to unearth nature’s mysteries.
May 26th, 2015
Dominican-born writer, composer, and performance artist Rita Indiana explores the work of Dominican artist Raúl Recio, who moves between performance art, video, and more traditional forms such as drawing and sculpture. Recio talks about his decision to follow in the footsteps of botanist Erik Ekman by traveling to the island of La Hispaniola, where he designed and built a rural house and produced a series of paintings that challenge our notions of the figurative and the abstract, science and art. The video is also viewable as a Perspectives blogpost, and is accompanied by a text. English subtitles are visible via the CC button.
April 24 2015
Cuban American artist Luis Cruz Azaceta addresses what author Alejandro Anreus calls the “wounds and screams” of the human condition. Although Cruz Azaceta’s work is widely shown and widely collected, this is the first book-length monograph on the artist’s life and work.